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Past Performances

 

2016

A Dolls House

November

2016

Habeas Corpus

March

2015

Uncle Vanya

November

2015

Whose Afraid of Virginia Wolf

May 20015

2014

Separate Tables

by Terence Rattigan - in the 60th anniversary of when the play was fist performed (1954)

2014 Woman in Mind

Alan Ayckbourn's only 'subjective' play where entire play is seen through the eyes of Susan and reflects her perceptions of the world.

2013 An Inspector Calls

JB Priestley’s masterfully crafted tale of lies, self-delusion and guilt

2012 Autumn
From Russia with Love

Three of Chekhov’s great one-act comedies — The Bear, The Proposal and The Evils of Tobacco, together with a play inspired by two of his most well-known characters by Brian Friel.

2012 Betrayal

Harold Pinter

2012 Autumn
Revenge En Suite

A Joint production with RoughCast Theatre Company
2012 October

  2011 Winter Blue Angel  Reveiws & Photographs 2011 November December

2011 Winter
Blue Angel

Reveiws & Photographs
2011 November December

Earnest

2011 Spring
Importance of Being Earnest

Reveiws & Photographs
2011 April May
The Importance of Being Earnest

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2010 November
Death of a Salesman

Reviews/Photos of Death of a Salesmen 2010
Reviews:
BBC Radio Suffolk

Glass Menagerie

2010 May/June
The Glass Menagerie

 

2010 Spring
84 Charing Cross

Private lives

2009 Autumn
Private Lives

by Noel Coward

 

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May 2009
Ghosts

by Ibsen

 

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November 2008
One Glass Wall
By Danusia Iwaszko

OpenSpace's launch production The play focussed on a journey by a mother, father and daughter which changed all their lives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Death of a
Salesmen
by
Arthur Miller

'I don't say he's 
a great man.
Willie Loman never
made a lot of money.
His name was never
in the paper.
He's not the finest
character that ever
lived.
But he's a human
being, and a
terrible thing
is happening to him.
So attention
must be
paid.
He's not to be
allowed to
fall in his grave
like an old dog.
Attention,
attention
must finally
be paid
to such a person.
Linda, referring to
her husband
Willie Loman,
Act 1 .................... All photographs
thanks to
Bev Lawton

 

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